A perfect entertainment option for any of you out there coming down for a destination wedding! Send the groomsmen or bridesmaids for a day of fun out on the water the day before or day after the wedding. How fun would that be!?Read More
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If you haven't heard of Pantone, they are a world renowned authority on color and providing color systems. Every year they name the colors of the year and everything from fashion and home decor to weddings will reflect these color selections.Read More
So you're engaged, now what? Most people have some type of vision in mind for their wedding and then it seems like as soon as you're engaged it all goes out the window. Your engagement period should be a fun and exciting time for you and your significant other, not stressed out planning mode. So here are a few steps you can take in the first month or two to keep that stress in check.Read More
Studio South, a Wedding and Event Floral Design and Boutique has just opened their doors this month in our Islamorada Wedding Plaza. They have in the floral industry for many years with a ton of weddings under their belt and have relocated to the beautiful Florida Keys. Come down to the plaza and check out their shop they have more than just flowers.Read More
How fun would it be to throw a bridal henna party! Have an artist give you and all your bridesmaids matching or mismatching henna tattoos while you get ready for the wedding! They even offer henna in white and it is just a one-day application and washes off after. Look how beautiful and romantic the white henna is:
Here is some information about henna:
Henna Art (Mehndi) is a safe, natural way to beautify your skin and is temporary. It will last 1-3 weeks normally with proper post care. When Jagua is used, the blueish tattoo stain ,it is lasting the longest on some skin areas up to 3 weeks.. Originally native to India, Pakistan, Morocco, and other parts of northern Africa, the henna tattoo art has grown most recently in America and is being used as a body adornment, a great alternative to permanent ink tattoos and is a popular party entertainment for all ages .It's safe for skin being its only natural ingredients in the paste and can be used on all areas of the body including on children and pregnant bellies.
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Caribbean Catering we offer lots of menu styles. Each wedding is unique and each couple has a vision of what they want their wedding guests to experience. Each menu style lends itself to a different ambiance or experience for dinner. Take a look at some Florida Keys Wedding Menu Trends that we offer, their price points, and the guest experience they lend themselves to.
Florida Keys Wedding Menu Trends
A plated dinner is certainly the most traditional route for a wedding. It is perfect if your vision is of a formal affair, where all the guests are seated for a full-service meal. Most of our guests that choose this type of menu will choose two proteins, two sides this will also be paired with a salad and bread course. Each guest will receive a dual plate with both of the selected proteins and sides. Alternatively, you can have a choice menu where your guests will choose their protein on the invitation and all guests would receive the same sides for both choices. You will then also need to assign each guest to a seat and their dinner selection will be represented at each setting for service. The price point for a sit-down plated dinner will vary depending on your protein selections, however, we don't charge any extra for this type of service. Here is a sample menu that we offer:
Crabcakes with Roasted Red Pepper, Jerk Grilled Pork Medallion Herb Rice/Orzo Medley, grilled sweet potatoes with rum glaze. Island Salad and home baked bread. Cost: $45.00/person
With this style of menu you will have more flexibility with your menu selections, we have had people add on up to four different proteins to their menu. Each guest will have the option of having everything or pick and choose what they want. A buffet style meal has a more laid back feel to it if your vision has people mingling and eating their delicious dinner as they please this is the perfect selection for you. However, we also offer the option of blending these two styles together. We can do a plated salad course followed by a buffet dinner. This will give you an element of that formality but still keep things light for dinner service. Here is possible buffet menu:
Island Snapper with key lime sauce, rum glazed beef, garlic mashed potatoes, steamed vegetable medley, Caribbean salad, fresh baked bread. Cost: $45.00/person
This type of dinner service is great for an off-beat wedding with a focus on a less formal atmosphere and lots of mingling and partying. Heavy passed appetizer as dinner is a really fun way to feed all of your hungry guests. Contrary to what most people may think this type of dinner service is not going to save you any money. Guests will certainly still leave with a full stomach, there will be plenty of food for all. Appetizers while they may be small bites, they are more labor intensive and have several different types of protein so it works out to be about the same price as a regular buffet or plated service. Here is a sample menu of a roving dinner:
Mini Burger Sliders
Hummus w/ spicy chips
Mozzarella & Tomato Crostini
Spinach & Feta Triangles
Fruit & Cheese Skewers
Cost: $35./person Chef Fee $150.00
This is a new trend that we are getting asked about quite often these days. I think it is a great service style for a laid-back wedding (we do a lot of those here on Keys time). In this style of service, you will have live action stations where you guests will receive small plates of a large selection of flavors. It is almost like tapas style dinner, everyone tastes a bit of everything. This style of service is the most expensive in most cases because of the amount of staff needed as well as the larger selection of food. If it is in your budget a really fun service style. Below is a sample stations menu:
- Individual Mozzarella Tomato Salad with a Balsamic Reduction served on a rubber leaf
- Asian Noodle Salad w/ julienne veggies, ginger, scallions, water chestnuts, pea pods in a coconut milk lemongrass sauce served on bamboo plates.
- Fruit Skewer display like flower arrangement, with pineapple, watermelon & strawberry
- Home baked bread/roll assortment & Earth Balance butter
- Deconstructed paella with Shrimp, Clams, mussels & scallops displayed with cast iron Pot
- Saffron Rice in large cast iron skillet Paella served in white china bowls
- Pulled Pork topped w/ cilantro in mini corn husk boats.
- Chicken Tropical served on bamboo mini plates.
- Seared hogfish and yellowtail snapper rubbed with key lime rub & topped with tropical honey veggie slaw served on a banana leaf on a Bamboo Plate.
- Cooked onsite: Chef & Flattop Grill Fee $250.
- Cost: $60./per person
We are happy to help you plan your wedding service style along with your menu planning. Come in and see us to book your wedding or event!
The Castaway House in Islamorada is one of our favorite venues for events here in the upper keys. The property is well suited for both a large and small event. It has a huge beachfront overlooking the sparkling Atlantic Ocean with a white sandy walk-in beach, which as you may or may not know is a rare thing down here. It also has plenty of space for parking in the front and a shaded area on the beach for the ceremony. The house on the property is a super cute honeymoon cottage, that not only looks like a boat but actually is a boat! This property has a long history here in Islamorada making it a historic wedding venue. Here is a little bit about how this boat house came to be, a story told to me by Lisa Bradeen who is involved with the Islamorada Historical Society.
Clara Maw Downey first bought the boat and put it on her property of The Olney Inn. It then blew onto Preston Street during Hurricane Donna and Jim Gilmore (who had purchased the property already) dragged it on rollers to where it is today and used it as a winter house for his Family. Mr. Gilmore was from Kalamazoo, Michigan and was the owner of Gilmore/Foyt Racing Team, as in AJ Foyt, Indy Winner 3 times and owned Clear Channel stations and was big in the broadcasting industry. The Gilmore Family still owns the property today.
Mr. Gilmore was involved with the original World Wide Sportsman with George Hommell & The Green Turtle Inn. Doris Hommell was the caretaker of the property for many years. She bought the house that Joe & Debbie live in for $1.00 from Mr. Gilmore and turned it into a Flower/Nursery shop which was very successful in the 80's. I worked with Doris for 5 years during that time. It was a glorious time decorating all the homes & restaurants in Islamorada.
President Truman and his wife with their friend & guest, Edward R Morrow vacationed there in the late 50's. President Truman fished with Bucky Stark then. Mrs. Truman did not fish.
The property is for sale as of present for 5 million.
Watch this space for more inside info on some of our favorite wedding spots!
The new year will be upon us faster than you think, with only about 30 more shopping days till Christmas, its closing in. It is also engagement season! So heres a few ideas on what will be trending next year in weddings. 1. Glitter on your Stationery Out, Foil Stationery In
Foil stationary really adds a pop of elegance and is stunning. The metallics are so bold and we love it.
Best of both worlds for sure! You still have a your dance party but the fun and entertainment of live music at a fraction of the price of a full band. Scott Youngberg is a great musician that we work with often that offers this option.
3. Chiavari Chairs Out, Ghost Chairs and Crossbacks In
Chivari chairs are getting a bit tired now that everyone has them. I still find that they do have an elegant look, the ghost chairs and cross backs are awesome! Two completely different looks with ghost chairs being modern and chic and the crossbacks being rustic and elegant. Both styles a bit on the pricey side so be sure to make room in the budget for them.
4. Fluffy Light Colors Out, Deep Jewel Tones In
So excited for this trend to take hold, rich jewel tones really look stunning and dramatic on the beach.
5. Sit Down Dinners Out, Stations and Cocktail Receptions In
This has been coming for awhile now. As weddings stray from the formalities more and more, and guest lists include more friends and less family (sorry moms), couples are doing whatever they can to make it a party. Many couples want a relaxed and mingling atmosphere at the wedding reception which is better achieved with stations or roving dinners.
6. Round Tables Out, Lucite and Mirror Tables In
Keeping with the idea of tossing the formalities aside when planning a wedding, banquet round tables are starting to not be "in" anymore. Long tables, square tables and even a mix of everything has been popular in 2015. However, the lucite and mirror tables are how you kick your wedding up from a 9 to a 10.
7. Barns Out, Blinged Out Barns In
I love the look of a barn wedding, but being that we are in the Florida keys, we don't have to many barns. It looks awesome though!
lets be honest, mason jars and burlap have been done to death really, glad to see something new on the horizon.
9. Large Guest Lists Out, Intimate Parties In Lets face it, its really the best way to keep your budget in check. Intimate weddings are so special especially at a destination.
10. Full Day Video Footage Out, Same Day Edits In
Perfect for our instant gratification culture. Same day edits give you a fun wedding day montage to show at the reception so everyone get see anything they may have missed.
Keep an eye on this space as I,m sure we will be seeing some of these awesome new trends in our weddings to come in 2016!!
The Galleria Plaza located at Mile Marker 80 in Islamorada is quickly becoming a wedding hot spot! The plaza has been home to Caribbean Catering for nearly 15 years now. With our success in the industry, we have surrounded ourselves with other trusted wedding vendors that we work in conjunction with. We lovingly call our plaza the Islamorada Wedding Plaza we are truly a one-stop shop to plan your entire wedding. Many of our couples are planning destinations weddings from afar and most only have a chance to come and visit the keys once or twice throughout the planning process. At our plaza, you can meet with nearly every one of your vendors all in one stop! This will make your planning process so streamlined when you come into town on a planning visit. These are the amazing wedding professionals that share the Islamorada Wedding Plaza with us: John Rudolph Designs
Event designer and interior decorator. John has an amazing eye for design and he also has a lovely collection of high-end event rental items. He is also one of our go to vendors for the amazing draping set ups you have seen us doing this past year.
Our resident florist! New to Islamorada, but with 25 years experience in the industry in their hometown they are certainly fit for the job. They are more than happy to meet with couples and do any custom florals that you may have in mind.
Our resident baker! A truly talented baker with a great eye for style and design. Extremely skilled with fondant and custom designed cakes. She also does a variety of custom cookies, cupcakes, and mini cakes. Oh, and did I mention, also delicious!
Julia at BWW is our talented resident wedding planner. She is so professional, organized, and creative planning a beautiful wedding that is on budget with her will be a breeze.
Monica at engaged design is our resident printer. She is a talented graphic artist and she can meet all your custom paper good needs. She does everything from invitations to table numbers.
One of our resident photography studios. one of my favorite photographers to work with. He takes amazing and unique photos and is incredibly professional and reliable.
Another incredibly talented photographer that resides in our wedding plaza. Her work is awesome and she great to work with. You won't be disappointed.
A super cute boutique where our brides and their friends can find affordable last minute necessities, or just take a quick shopping break between vendor meetings!
So come on down and see us at the Islamorada Wedding Plaza and get your next wedding or event all planned in one stop!
We want all of our wedding couples to have the day of their dreams. That is why it is so important to choose reputable local vendors. We have had couples in the past find random people out of Miami or elsewhere because they think they are getting a better deal, but when they show up ill-prepared things can become a mess fast. This past weekend, for example, our wedding couple hired a DJ from Miami who ruined their wedding. He forgot his music and his microphone which made their ceremony music disjointed and the grand entrances and first dances almost embarrassing. I hate to see these type of things happen when it could have been avoided so easily. If you look at our website on the resources page we list all of the vendors that we recommend and prefer to work with because we KNOW they are good at what they do. We would never recommend anyone we don't have faith in because it reflects badly. Honestly, it's painful to see these things happen to people on their wedding day! When looking for your vendors be sure to take recommendations given to you from your venue or any other trusted local source (like us!) seriously as locals they know who's in the business and who does a great job. Be diligent in checking reviews and be sure to take into account how recent those reviews are. Make sure you have a meeting with each vendor whether it is by phone, in person or both. Also, be clear on what your expectations are and ask questions. In light of this past weekend I can give you one other tip; Do not hire this man as your DJ: DJ Luis Bode of Bode Music Services, LLC
We had never worked with him before and we will certainly never be working with him again. Now here is a list of DJ's and Musician that we highly recommend and love to work with!
Ray Jaworski “amazing guitarist” a must for the ceremony, cocktail hour & dinner music. 305-942-3753 email@example.com http://www.musicbyray.com/
Steel Drum Band The Reel Ting Contact: George Pollis (561) 215-7596 www.ReelTing.com
Steel Drummer Sir Cedrick www.SirCedrick.com
David Feder Island, Flamenco and more. 12 string guitarist www.davidfeder.com
Sekond Nature Five piece band that gets the crowd dancing! www.sekondnature.com Contact: Juan 954-607-8334
Wylefyah (Wildfire) Reggae / Soca Band Contact: Clifford Mayers 954.803.7870
Florida Keys Wedding DJ’s
D.J. Reggae Ronnie 305.394.1789 www.floridakeysdjservice.com
M.B. Entertainment Mike Barrios www.mbeventdjs.com 754-703-6935
DJ Russ Ginsberg 954.816.3384
DJ Freddie 954.856.6166
SaxmanAJ DJ Al Johnson & Saxophone Player 561.541.0400
A new local vendor is baking up some super cute cookies that will be perfect for dessert or wedding favors. We have ordered a batch to do a taste test, can't wait!! Custom designed cookies make unique party favors weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, birthday parties and corporate events.
These ones wold make a perfect dessert for our Mexican Fiesta Themed rehearsal dinner menu!!
She also has some great ideas for decor details for cake pops and I love these boozy Nassau rum shot cupcakes.
For more information contact Caribbean Catering or visit their Facebook page.
It may look like the stuff of witches brew, but this disarmingly simple combination of beer and bubbly wine is true to its name: rich, smooth, and lush. It’s also perfectly balanced, with the dark, chocolate notes of the stout (perfect for Halloween!) offset by the crisp fizz of the champagne.
- 3ounces stout beer, such as Guinness
- 3ounces dry sparkling wine
- Pour stout into a large champagne flute. Slowly top with sparkling wine and stir gently.
Despite its name, the only thing devilish about this tequila cocktail is how easily you can slurp one down. Even traditional margarita drinkers will have to admit that the combination of sweet crème de cassis, earthy tequila, bright lime, and spicy ginger beer is a stroke of utter genius.
- 1½ounces tequila
- ½ounce crème de cassis
- ½ounce lime juice
- ginger beer
- 2lime wedges, for garnish
- Add tequila, crème de cassis, and lime juice to an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake vigorously. Strain into an ice-filled old-fashioned glass and top with ginger beer. Garnish with a squeeze of lime and a lime wedge.
Blood and Sand
This elegant cocktail is nearly a century old and takes its name not from gruesome ingredients, but a 1920s movie starring Rudolph Valentino. Though the components may seem a little odd, they blend seamlessly, and the warming scotch and sweet vermouth are a welcome nod to early autumn.
- 1ounce scotch
- ¾ounce Cherry Heering
- ¾ounce sweet vermouth
- ¾ounce fresh orange juice
- 1maraschino cherry, for garnish
- Add the scotch, Cherry Heering, vermouth, and orange juice to an ice-filled cocktail shaker. Shake vigorously. Strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with a cherry.
Caramel Apple Punch
This autumn punch calls for just four ingredients—apple cider, spiced rum, lemon juice, and a sliced apple (naturally) for garnish.
- 1quart apple cider, chilled
- 1 1/4cup spiced rum
- 2tablespoons fresh lemon juice
- 1 red apple, thinly sliced
- In a large pitcher or punch bowl, combine the apple cider, rum, and lemon juice; chill for up to 12 hours. Serve over ice and garnish with the apple.
Stay away from those cloying pumpkin-flavored liqueurs—this drink uses pure pumpkin puree, with vodka for the kick.
- 1tablespoon sugar
- 1/4teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
- 3tablespoons vodka
- 2tablespoons half and half
- 1tablespoon canned pure pumpkin puree
- 1tablespoon maple syrup
- 1/4teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- Combine the sugar and ⅛ teaspoon of the pumpkin pie spice on a small plate. Dip the rim of a chilled martini glass in water, then dip in the sugar to coat.
- In a martini shaker filled with ice, combine the vodka, half and half, pumpkin puree, maple syrup, vanilla extract, and the remaining ⅛ teaspoon of the pumpkin pie spice. Shake vigorously, then strain into the prepared glass.
A generous dash of juicy pomegranate seeds adds a sweet-tart bite to every cup.
- 1/4cup sugar
- 1/2cup Campari
- 1/2cup gin
- 1/2cup fresh-squeezed orange juice
- 3cups club soda, chilled
- 1/2cup pomegranate seeds
- 1 orange, thinly sliced
- Combine the sugar and ¼ cup water in a small saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring often, until the sugar has completely dissolved, 1 to 2 minutes. Let it cool.
- In a large pitcher or punch bowl, combine the Campari, gin, orange juice, and sugar syrup; chill for up to 12 hours. Just before serving, add the club soda, pomegranate seeds, and orange. Serve over ice.
A cayenne-spiced salt rim gives this easy margarita its heat.
- 1/8teaspoon cayenne pepper
- kosher salt
- 1/4cup fresh lime juice, plus squeezed lime half
- 3tablespoons tequila
- 1tablespoon agave nectar
- Combine the cayenne and 1 tablespoon salt on a small plate. Rub the rim of a glass with the cut lime, then dip in the cayenne salt to coat.
- In a martini shaker filled with ice, combine the lime juice, tequila, and agave. Shake vigorously, then strain into the prepared glass. Garnish with the lime half.
Dark and Spooky
Use ginger beer—not ginger ale—and dark rum for the deepest, most intense flavor.
- 1/2cup ginger beer
- 2teaspoons fresh lime juice, plus 1 lime wedge
- 3tablespoons dark rum
- 1gummy candy bat
- Fill a glass with ice and pour in the ginger beer and lime juice. To float the rum onto the ginger beer, turn a metal spoon upside down, hold just above the ginger beer, and slowly pour the rum over the back of the spoon. Garnish with the lime wedge and the gummy bat on a swizzle stick or wooden skewer.
Shake up your usual brunchtime beverage with a shot of tequila instead of vodka.
- 3/4cup tomato juice
- 3tablespoons tequila
- 3tablespoons fresh lime juice, plus 1 lime wedge
- 1teaspoon chipotle hot sauce or regular hot sauce
- 1/4teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
- 1/4teaspoon black pepper
- pinch celery salt (optional)
- 1pimento-stuffed olive
Have a great Halloween weekend everyone, from all of us here at Caribbean Catering!!
Images and recipes from RealSimple.com
It is always a great idea to come up with a fun theme for your wedding to create a unique vibe for your special day. As Halloween is right around the corner and many brides have their fall wedding happening so close to such a fun holiday. Who doesn't love a good costume party! A masquerade themed wedding allows you to combine the fun of costumes and mystery of wearing masks as well as that classy vibe of a Venetian masquerade ball. The best part is there are so many options on where you can take the style of decor, all black and white, classic Venetian, or 1920's. There are also a lot of different masks out there for the wedding party and wedding couple as well. This website has a great selection of wedding masquerade masks. It will also give your guests a chance to show some creativity in how they match their mask to their outfits and there are also several nice couples masks out there. Even amazon has a large selection of masks. Another great idea is to have a big basket of masks available for your guests to choose as they arrive also.
These are somee of my favorite bridal masks. It is nice that it is on a stick so you have the choice to hold it up for pictures but not have it ruin your nice hair and make-up.
Here are some other fun shots of masquerade themed weddings:
We always keep an ear to the ground to keep up with the buzz in the Islamorada wedding industry. A new Islamorada wedding venue has popped up! Always exciting to find an amazing new venue! This property is unique in many ways and has some great benefits for holding an event. The La Jolla Resort located in the heart of the Islamorada Village has opened its doors to booking weddings for the coming season and for seasons to come. The Owners Cottage is located on the gorgeous property located just next door which has a huge bayfront perfect for holding your wedding or event with your toes in the sand. The resort next door has a total of 22 rooms wich can accommodate all of your guests and everyone can walk next door for the reception. Creating a personalized atmosphere for you and all of your guests since everyone can stay right on property. The owners cottage is cosy and has an amazing sunset view! It comes equipt with a full kitchen, two bedrooms, and two full baths and tastefully decorated in Tommy Bahama decor. It has the use of the pool next door at the resort and dock space available. It is also walking distance from most Islamorada attractions. Check out these photos:
For more information on booking this property please contact us at Caribbean Catering or speak to one of the friendly staff members at La Jolla Resort.
We cannot wait for Hillary & Aaron's wedding weekend, here is a sneak peak! Caribbean Catering, Blue Water Weddings and John Rudolph Designs will be creating a very unique and beautiful wedding this weekend. Hillary and Aaron of Chicago are having the wedding of their dreams this Friday. Hillary was inspired by the inside/outside feel of a lavish dining atmosphere under the stars for her destination wedding here in the Florida Keys. We will create a sophisticated experience with romantic draping, soft lighting surrounded by a shimmer of rose gold. Hanging florals and crystal chandeliers will evoke the royalty of an English Garden ambiance. The simple elegance and romance of this design will be a show stopper. Check out these inspirations boards and stay tuned to see the real thing:
One of our most frequently asked questions is about our bar service. So I thought I'd take a moment to give you all some information on our bar service and how it works. We provide you with a bartender and all of your nonalcoholic bar set up, which includes: all of your ice for icing down beer, wine, champagne and white wine as well as drink ice, coke, diet coke, ginger ale, sprite, club soda, tonic water, cranberry juice, orange juice, pineapple juice and sour mix for making mixed drinks, plastic cups and limes for garnishing. The only thing we do not provide for you is the booze. Our clients provide their choice of alcohol that we set up and serve. Many of our clients find this to be a big bonus for saving some money. It seems there always is someone in the family or a friend of a friend who can get you a deal. Even if you don't have an connect in the industry it is certainly much more cost effective to buy in bulk than pay based on consumption or an hourly rate as most hotels and bar services will charge. Not only do we provide all of your supplies at a reasonable price, we also set up your entire bar. Which is a big job! Some of our clients request to provide all of their own bar supplies without understanding truly how much work it is to haul all of these supplies around. When our crew arrives in the morning we bring out of your alcohol, get everything iced down and set up the bar for you. One less job to worry about the morning of your big day!
Please contact Caribbean Catering for more information about this or our other services.
We love to work with our favorite local Florida Keys wedding vendors because they really have an understanding of the area and why our couples come down here to get married. We often work with Lisa Bradeen as an officiator of many of our weddings. She has a dynamic and charismatic personality that really shines in the ceremonies she writes and performs. She is more than happy to work with you on the whole process customizing your vows and explaining the legal process of getting your marriage license. She will customize as much or as little as you like and always offers a rehearsal of the ceremony to her couples the day before. She even offers a unique lobster release ceremony that really adds a keys flair to your ceremony and will certainly have your guests talking!! Here is a little bit about Lisa: WHY HIRE ME?
- Each Bride receives a detailed, ornate Wedding Packet which includes 14 sample vows to choose from, marriage license requirements, Florida Keys information from a Local's point of view and other helpful suggestions. It s a step by step guide on getting married in the Keys.
- My World Famous "Lobster Release" ceremony is one of a kind , an unforgettable ceremony your guests will never forget. A Bride's favorite!
- I customize the vows for each couple; no two are duplicated.
- Each couple receives a "keepsake" Marriage Vows/ Folder on decorative paper to commemorate their Special Day.
- I am available to assist you at the Clerk's Office with paperwork if needed.
- I certify and require a signature receipt with each Marriage License that is to be filed with the State of Florida.
- I am an Ordained Minister and a Florida Notary, licensed to perform non-denomination/secular or religious ceremonies.
- All insurances, religious licenses, and Notary certifications are active and current.
- I am involved with the development of the Ceremony from beginning to the completion with the Bride & Groom so it will be the perfect fit.
- My willingness, attention to detail and enthusiasm surpasses the competition. I make each Bride feel Special!
For more information on Lisa's services please visit her website or contact us at Caribbean Catering.
This menu option is often overlooked, but it really is a great choice! It is a statement for you dinner service to have the chef on-site cooking to order. It also allows each guest to select their own meal. Everyone literally gets exactly what they want. It also accommodates for a vegetarian option, seafood and meat. One of the very few menu choices that can actually please every single one of your guests. We also load up the toppings! You are not going to walk away with a pig plate of just pasta. You can load on as much seafood and veggies you want! Each guest creates their own unique dinner from selections of: shrimp, scallops, mussels, chicken, julienne vegetables, mushrooms, tomatoes, spinach, broccoli, onions, garlic, wine, pesto, alfredo, marinara, and of course several pastas. This option also includes a plated fresh salad and baked bread.
We did pasta stations at our event last weekend and it was big hit. Everyone loved their dinner and just about everyone had seconds.
Pasta stations are also pretty budget friendly; Cost: $47.00/person · Chef Fee: $150.00 per chef. Contact us at Caribbean Catering for more information on our Pasta Stations or to discuss other menu options.